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Steam Mops

Postby catie_lou » 06 Mar 2016, 08:26

Hi

I am looking for a multi function steam mop.

Any recommendations as the steam mop world is very confusing
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Re: Steam Mops

Postby ches » 06 Mar 2016, 15:52

Do a forum search and you will be richly rewarded. ;)
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Re: Steam Mops

Postby UnhappyRightFoot » 06 Mar 2016, 20:04

I have an X5 mop - the one which is advertised endlessly on the TV. It is NOT bomb proof and I'm on my second in 3 years, but I still love it! It's very versatile and has lots of gadgets and gizmo's which can pretty much do anything!
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Re: Steam Mops

Postby Marrow » 22 Jun 2016, 07:57

I tried searching, and there's loads of posts about how necessary a steam mop is (to be a true devotee of this forum, if not for actual cleaning...) but I can't see any actual recommendations. Or at least I can't be bothered to sift through the results.

So, anyone else got one they'd recommend? Or avoid?
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Re: Steam Mops

Postby UnhappyRightFoot » 22 Jun 2016, 18:52

I have an X5 H20 mop - the one that is eternally advertised on the TV. It's my second. I love it as it is so adaptable and can do many things! The downsides are the build quality is not brilliant - thought neither have actually broken on us! But we do live in a hard water area and despite always using filtered water, it calced up in a couple of years. (the internal tubes and pumps are really tiny!)

Karcher are a really good make but they were a bit pricey for me and didn't have the same multiple uses as the H20.
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Re: Steam Mops

Postby EnigmaFish » 23 Jun 2016, 07:58

v1.0: Kleintje, born January 2012.
v2.0: Newt, born July 2014.
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Re: Steam Mops

Postby UnhappyRightFoot » 23 Jun 2016, 11:56

Mummy to my two miracle baby girls - The Thunder Fairies. Munchie born May 2010 and Ickle Pickle born July 2012.

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Re: Steam Mops

Postby lisahendrix » 31 Aug 2016, 11:09

I am intrigued, where can you get them? It will help with my OCD lol
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Re: Steam Mops

Postby EnigmaFish » 03 Sep 2016, 20:54

A steam mop? Lots of places do them! I even know non-forumites who have one...
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Re: Steam Mops

Postby Skuntank » 31 Oct 2016, 06:02

What kind of floor are you going to clean with it? I bought one from Crazysales, and it works great.
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